Please take a look at the articles below as per your operating system and let us know if that helps.
There's no solution from that, please check again this issue hit all photoshop users without solution ...
I tried uninstalling, updating, and still getting the same issue. Please help.
are you using a font management program? I have seen that error with Suitcase Fusion where it clears if you deactivate the font and then immediately reactivate.
Not sure if this will help you or not but I was having the exact same problem and searched high and low and did not come up with a solution. One step that worked for a short while was to create a new profile. Once I did that I was able to see my missing fonts. However this only lasted until I rebooted my computer.
I finally uninstalled Suitcase Fusion and everything started working again. This is the last time I will install that program. I have been using it for about 10 years and it has caused more photoshop crashes that I can count and now it somehow corrupted the windows font library. Now I am able to see all my fonts and everything is working as it should.
I've got the same problem. I don't use a font manager and NONE of my fonts are working... this is a nightmare!
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you have not said what your operating system is or the version of Photoshop you are using which makes helping you almost impossible.
If it's CC2017 and you are using Windows 10 try deleting the CT Font Cache folder and restarting the computer
It is located at
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2017\CT Font Cache
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Here's what fixed mine (Windows 10):
- Go to the windows start menu, and search "Show hidden files and folders"
- Go to "Hidden files and folders" folder > Select the "Show hidden files, folders, and drives" button > OK
( This allows you to see the App Data folder. )
- Navigate to your C Drive > Users > [Username] > App Data > Roaming > Adobe > [ Photoshop version ]
- Delete the CT Font Cache folder
- Restart photoshop
This worked for me. It was a very annoying error, so the help is really appreciated.
Thank you so much. This fixed mine.